Infinite Warfare is a new Call of Duty coming out. Everyone waits for these games to come out. From personal experience, the last games for Call of Duty have either been hated with a passion or loved with new features. The one argument that is made with Call of Duty is to take off the jump boosts each player has with the press/hold down the jump button. The one thing people really like about these past games (Advanced Warfare and Black Ops III) is the new and improved graphics and abilities. In Black Ops III, you can swim and shoot in the water. In the past Call of Duty games, every time you touched the water, you died. Other features in these games include new guns, new game modes, customization camos, etc.
Aside from that point, the new Call of Duty is coming September 4, 2016 for the Xbox One. PlayStation usually starts selling the game a whole month earlier. If you pay for the $79.99 game, that includes Call of Duty 4 Remastered, which was a 2007 first person shooter game that was created by Infinity Ward who is also in charge of the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The trailer for this game was released May 2 and had more than one million dislikes in less than a week. People do not like the idea of this game besides the fact of Call of Duty 4 Remastered.
The trailer shows multiple situations in the Campaign mode, which is in every Call of Duty. It is basically missions on missions until the end. People get the games just to play the Campaign. In all honesty, the campaign is the best part of most games, but we do not take the time to play it. We skip straight to the Multiplayer mode. The trailer is showing a rocketship going up to space and ascending on this ship type place. It leaves suspicion if you can fly a ship and fight. They do bring back most of the features from other Call of Duty games, but this one seems different. As I said before, people do not like the jump boost on this game, but from the trailer it sure looks like it is still in this game. This game will be either something to love or something to hate, nothing in the middle.